Clubs

Hobie Sailing Clubs


Nedlands Yacht Club

Contact – Noel Lacey  0438 243940  email noel.lacey@mma.com.au / Glenn Fairey 0413 79603 email gg16@westnet.com.au (yes its a real address)

Website: www.nyc.org.au

Nedlands has the largest fleet of Hobies sailing in WA.  With number of 16’s regularly over 20 Nedlands has an A and B fleet.  Currently it has the World Champ and an   ex National Champ sailing in the fleet.  Beat them and you ring the bell!!  The fleet is increasing and morale amount the sailing troops is nearly as good as the competition.   Come and try it out.   NYC sail Sunday afternoon starts around 1.30pm

<<NEED TO GET BETTER PHOTOS>>

Jervoise Bay Sailing Club

Website: www.jbsc.com.au

Jerviose Bay is located on beautiful water of Cockburn Sound.  It played host to a great State Championship in May 2003 as the photo above attests. 

Yacht club JB

 

Geraldton Yacht Club

Contact – Murray Woodhead – 0428 912877

Website: www.gyc.yachting.org.au

The Geraldton Yacht Club Inc. is located on Champion Bay on the North side of Pt. Moore  Geraldton. It enjoys an ideal position close to the beach with a fine outlook, sheltered waters for a variety of aquatic pursuits – and from the Club’s angle, excellent conditions for the Junior sailing fleets, “off the beach” Seniors and the ever popular Dragon Boat racing.

Yacht club Geraldton

Photo From the 1988 Nationals

Broome Sailing Club

Contact:  Miranda Diblin

Website: www.broomesailingclub.org.au

Broome Sailing Club runs its races during the winter months off of Cable Beach from April until the end of October. The club has a mixed fleet of catamarans and monohulls, hobie 16’s being the clubs preferred Cat. class. The Club is a registered training organisation and delivers sailing lessons to both adults and children throughout the season. Check out the website or come and see us on the beach.

Yacht-club Broome

 

Princess Royal Sailing Club – Albany

Website: www.prsc.com.au

After the very enjoyable 2005 States in Albany everyone got to appreciate what a great place Albany is to sail. With good strong winds and a large expanse of water its an ideal place for Hobies to play.

Yacht club PR Albany

 

Geograph Bay Yacht Club – Busselton

Website: www.gbyc.asn.au

Come on down for the Australia day weekend regatta

Yacht club Busselton

 

Koombana Bay Sailing Club – Bunbury

Contact:  Andrew Pope – 0439 808709   email: andrew.pope@dyneaaustralia.com

Website: www.www.kbsc.net.au

Hosted an outstanding States in 2007 & 2012 and will host the 2014/15 Hobie Class Nationals.

Yacht club KB Bunbury

Hampton Harbour Boat and Sailing Club – Dampier

Website: http://www.hamptonharbour.net.au/

We have 5 H16’s up here and regularly get three on the water. We are re-establishing off the beach sailing hoping to increase our fleet back to the numbers of some years ago. There are also a couple of H16’s further up the highway at Port Hedland. More people are expressing interest in sailing all the time and we are planning a try sailing day in the near future. Our club also has a growing Laser fleet and a sprinkling of other boats, a H14, Maricat, Nacra 5.2, Nacra 14sq, Windrush 14, Hydra, Tasars, and a fleet of club owned Firebugs for junior coaching.

Yacht Club Dampier